An Embedded System for Comparative Performance Analysis of Monolithic Temperature Sensors

S.K.Tilekar*, S. V. Chavan**, B. P. Ladgaonkar***, P. V. Mane Deshmukh****
Associate Professor, Shankarrao Mohite College, Solapur, India
Assistant Professor, MIT Arts, Commerce and Science College Alandi, Pune, India.
Head of Post Graduate Department of Electronics, Shankarrao Mohite Solapur, India.
VLSI Design and Research Centre, Post Graduate Department of Electronics, Shankarrao Mohite Mahavidyalaya,Solapur,India
Periodicity:December - February'2018
DOI : https://doi.org/10.26634/jele.8.2.14135

Abstract

Indeed, for many industrial applications precise and reliable monitoring of the temperature is significantly important. To ensure this various temperature sensors such as Thermocouples, Thermistors, RTDs, Pyrometers and semiconductor sensors, etc., are readily available. These sensors depict their own salient features. For accurate and reliable temperature monitoring, the monolithic temperature sensor are always recommended. Moreover, it is found that, monolithic temperature sensors demonstrate diversity in sensing mechanism, which results into diversity in the values of the temperature to be monitored. This may results into degradation in reliability of the temperature monitoring system. To explore the details, an embedded system is designed for comparative performance analysis of monolithic temperature sensors and results of investigation are presented in this paper.

The multichannel an embedded system is developed by deploying the 89S52 microcontroller wherein data acquisition and computing is carried out precisely. The two monolithic temperature sensors; temperature dependent voltage 0 sensors, (LM35: α = 1 mV/ C) and temperature dependent current sensor (AD590 : α = 1 μA/K), have been interfaced. Digital readout unit is developed about smart 16X2 LCD module. The Integrated Development Environment (IDE), Keil uVision4, is utilized for the firmware development in C environment. Present monitoring system is scientifically calibrated to the temperature in degree Celsius. Temperature values shown by both temperature sensor are simultaneously recorded and results are interpreted in this paper.

Keywords

Embedded System, Microcontroller, LM35, AD590, ADC0808, Temperature.

How to Cite this Article?

Tilekar. S.K., Chavan. S.V., Ladgaonkar. B.P and Deshmukh. M.P.V. (2018). An Embedded System for Comparative Performance Analysis of Monolithic Temperature Sensors. i-manager's Journal on Electronics Engineering, 8(2), 12-19. https://doi.org/10.26634/jele.8.2.14135

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